Appeasing Your Restless Spirit

The tendency towards wanting to leapfrog over your current position to the next chapter of your story can cause you untold and unnecessary disharmony. Where you are right now is crucial to the ever unfolding plot and if you were to bypass this delicate scene set up the vital clues to the mystery of your life would be absent from your onward journey.

All that being said, if you are trying to move forward without acknowledging where you are then the chances are that where you are has you unsettled. Appeasing your restless spirit is as easy as telling yourself: “Where I am has a valuable gift for me to acknowledge and accept” or “Where I am today has something to teach me that will serve me well tomorrow.” Then it’s just a matter of exploring the current terrain for clues.

Exploration in this case doesn’t have to be frantic or even energetic… for example: my current terrain is forcing me to retreat and take time out to recover from a few very stressful and life changing months. I’ve been fighting against that because I have stuff I want to do, to create, to share etc… but the universe has other plans for me right now and other opportunities ahead that would suit me far better. Pushing against the flow is exhausting so retreat for a while I must… and today I am feeling very blessed for the opportunity to rest.

Instead of attempting to change where you are, allow your exploration of it to be deep and slow, remembering always that the current terrain to be understood is internal and that external circumstances are merely highlighting your inner belief systems. Meditation and prayer are my recommendation for appeasing your restless spirit, in which you can set up an open and honest dialogue with your higher self, the part of you which remains constantly connected to The Divine. Search for the blessing and sit with it for a while… The story will progress at the speed its supposed to once all the relevant pieces take their place.

Check out The Wholly Grail’s Principle 2: I AM Detached

More later… x